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This she addressed to Margate, and stamped with a little thump of the fist.
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His style, while marked by the typical yet always startling Russian simplicity, is nevertheless entirely his own, and all his tales and plays are stamped by powerful individuality.
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But minutes went by; his impatience grew intolerable; he stamped, and twisted his fingers together.
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Artful fencing would have stamped her of coarse nature.
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Now whoever will read Lear and Measure for Measure will find stamped on his mind such an appalled sense of the danger of dressing man in a little brief authority, such a merciless stripping of the purple from the "poor, bare, forked animal" that calls itself a king and fancies itself a god, that one wonders what was the real nature of the mysterious restraint that kept "Eliza and our James" from teaching Shakespear to be civil to crowned heads, just as one wonders why Tolstoy was allowed to go free when so many less terrible levellers went to the galleys or Siberia.
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She had even those traits of physiognomy, stern and wild, which the antique sculptors doubtless had surprised in supernatural visitations, and which they have stamped on the eyes and the lips of their marble gods.
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When he came to her next day, she could not help being surprised at the dejection stamped on his face, which she attributed to the attack he had had the night before.
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The name of the arsenal, if from an arsenal, was usually stamped on the seal; generally there was no mark whatever to designate the origin or contents of the many boxes which came from ordinary posts.
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The Missouri mules stamped the ground impatiently; one of them uttered the characteristic exclamation of his race, "Aw! hee!
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The mules merely wagged their ears backward and forward and stamped on account of the flies.
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They were the finest body of Volunteers who ever wore uniform, and they were stamped indelibly with the personality of Theodore Roosevelt.
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There were besides in that cavernous mountain not a few dwellings, in which he saw rusty anvils and hammers, with which coin had been stamped of old.
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On each side of the fireplace were chairs covered in stamped leather, each with an antimacassar; one had arms and was called the husband, and the other had none and was called the wife.
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She wore a white muslin gown stamped with gay little bunches of flowers, and pointed, high-heeled shoes, with open-work stockings.
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Decision and composure stamped her, a combination of qualities that produced a very marked character, and one that was not calculated to put a young man, who scarcely knew her, at his ease.
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In a flash the conviction that not to care is the uttermost sin of all stamped itself upon her inmost thought; and she felt herself branded for ever.
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She had no need to verify the mistake by a glance at her own recollections, when the fact was so clearly stamped upon her mind that if Ralph had any feeling towards her it was one of critical hostility.
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Leaving the landlord in a temporarily crushed condition, he walked off to his horses, which stamped impatiently at all this delay.
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The guide smiled, and stamped heavily right across.
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He stamped his foot in the place he meant.
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Examples of Stamped

Example #1
Your last is so very nice and kind that I feel I ought to answer it without delay, but I cannot answer in the way you wish.
Example #2
I must have a long, long time to think over such a very important question.
Example #3
Andreev has the gift of admiration, and loves to render homage where homage is due, having dedicated his first book to Gorki, and his story of "The Seven Who Were Hanged" to Tolstoi.
Example #4
He is fast becoming an international celebrity.
Example #5
Then of a sudden the door opened.
Example #6
Then he stood near the door, trembling with amorous anticipation.